Justin Bieber’s world tour is back, and he’s coming to Denver

In addition to rescheduling a slew of postponed tour dates from 2020, pop star Justin Bieber on Thursday announced seven new ones, hinting at the music promoters’ confidence in returning to massive, full-capacity concerts. The catch? They’re not arriving until next year. Still, that’s good news for fans of The Bieb, whose June 13, 2020,
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Will fans be allowed at Avalanche, Nuggets games soon?

Denver, Colo. (KDVR) — Opening day will probably bring with it 21,363 Rockies fans into Coors Field after a enlarged variance was approved, and consequently the Kroenke Sports Entertainment Group is attempting to replicate the achievement to Ball Arena.    Kroenke, which possesses the Avalanche and Nuggets in addition to the arena where they play, has filed a variance program that is
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Three nationally acclaimed wrestlers headline Colorado’s first girls state tournament

PUEBLO — In the CHSAA girls wrestling state tournament, there was ample star capability to headline the background. Ten individual state winners were crowned Thursday in the Southwest Motors Center, however it was a trio of people who stole the show while winning names and placing a glossy finish on undefeated seasons. Loveland sophomore Morgan
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NHL, NHLPA announce further COVID-19 protocols and one rule change

The NHL and NHL Players’ Association on Tuesday announced clinical protocols along with other COVID-10 safety guidelines along with an adjustment to the offside rule. In earlier times an attacking player’s skate has to be supporting the blue line along with his skate touching the blue line before the puck enters the offensive zone. His
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Concert goers left in the lurch as 6-month ticket vouchers expire

DENVER (KDVR) — COVID-19 has continued countless concerts but Charlie Hunsucker never thought obtaining a refund or maybe a credit may be so difficult. The 66-year old paid $213 dollars for four tickets to see The Who at the Pepsi Center on May 22. He purchased the seats from a ticket agent named Vivid Seats,
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Caterers For Denver’s Iconic Venues Open Frank’s Food and Bodega in Edgewater

On Sunday, October 4 Frank’s Food and Bodega opened in a Mostly residential section of Edgewater. Replacing the area formerly inhabited by Happy Leaf Kombucha, Frank’s serves a range of pantry items, fresh produce, locally-produced wares, pasta, meats and cold and hot foods ready to eat at home or onsite. By all outward appearances, Frank’s
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Chambers: John Hayes, Ball Arena are good names for Denver hockey

Even the Pepsi Center’s name change to Ball Arena is a fantastic movement for Denver baseball. John Hayes, the chairman, president and chief executive officer of Broomfield-based Ball Corporation, is a hockey guy. He plays adult-league baseball and was the very proud owner of the Denver Cutthroats, the Central Hockey League affiliate of the Avalanche
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Grading the Week: Much like a cold can of Pepsi, Ball Arena is fine

We here at Grading the Week are nothing if not extreme believers. Which is why We’ve chosen to waste no time in fixing the most important topic of week at Colorado sports arena … Ball Arena — C Nobody chooses Pepsi. At least not with their original option. Usually, it’s ’s something that you agree
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Pepsi Center will now be called Ball Arena following new partnership with Ball Corporation

DENVER (KDVR) — Kroenke Sports and Entertainment declared Thursday that it created a partnership with the Ball Corporation along with the Pepsi Center is now Ball Arena. According to a release in the NBA, the venture includes naming rights for Ball and KSE’s grand arena in Denver, home to the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, NHL’s Colorado
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After 21 years, Pepsi Center to be renamed Ball Arena as part of new partnership

So long Pepsi Center. Beginning Thursday, the home of the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche will be known as Ball Arena as part of a multiyear global partnership between Ball Corporation and Kroenke Sports and Entertainment. In addition to the local naming rights, the partnership includes sustainable and environmentally friendly elements that will be established at
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